Following protests by feminist groups, attorney general's office tells Kotel rabbi to send list of women he will invite to official candle-lighting ceremony.15:45 01.12.15 | 0 comments
Mr. Levi, I understand your frustrarion and your pain, but truly why is it important what a settler thinks since he is totally dependent on what the state does. His livelyhood, nay, his very exixstence depends on what the state does- if it pulls the rug from under his feet he is as dead as a door nail. As long as the state supports him he does not have to think, believing God is with him. If the state decides to return the territories he has only two options- to return to pre 1967 Israel or stay where he is as a palestinian citizen. He does not have to think, only decided which of the two options is the lesser of two evils. So, Mr. Levi- relax. Until the state decides if it wants or needs to return the occupied territories, neither the settler nor you have to think much about it.